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DIANE BIRCH ADDED TO BONNAROO LINEUP

February 11, 2010 - New York, NY – Section101, a leading destination for artists wishing to take control of their digital content, is excited to learn that Diane Birch has been confirmed as a performing artist at this year’s Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, TN.

Diane Birch, whose heavily trafficked site is powered by Section101 technology, has just finished a successful jaunt as the opening act for Nick Jonas. Playing venues across America with Nick, who Diane calls “super normal and super sweet,” Diane recently learned she was been added to the Bonnaroo line up, taking place from June 10- 13th. Other artists performing this year include Dave Matthews Band, Kings of Leon, Stevie Wonder, LCD Soundsystem and many more.


The Bonnaroo inclusion adds another feather in the cap of Diane’s amazing year. Her debut album, Bible Belt (S-Curve) has been critically acclaimed, with coverage in the New York Times, People Magazine, New York Post, The Today Show, The Tonight Show and more. Audiences have been falling in love with her live shows, with word of mouth resulting in her being one of the most buzzed about artists of 2010. Diane is a very active presence on the web, and consistently adds new content to her website, http://www.dianebirch.com.

About Section 101
Section 101 has developed a revolutionary new web-publishing platform that enables music artists, celebrities and other entertainers to proactively take charge of the proliferation of digital content on the web and effectively market their brand across the growing number of online channels. Section 101’s platform provides artists with an easy-to-use environment to intuitively create, deploy and manage their digital persona, while providing integrated tools to organize and leverage the artist’s fans via branded communities and viral content.

Artists and brands such as Duran Duran, Carina Round, Diane Birch, Kaci Battaglia, Todd Alsup, Woodstock Universe and the Mountain Jam music festival all rely on Section 101 technology.

 

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